Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 9 hours ago

Miller will begin Game 2 on the bench with Tristan Thompson taking the starting role, ESPN reports.

Miller did not offer much production during his 16 minutes of action while starting in place of Kevin love Monday. That, in combination with the dominance of the Bulls' big men, has lead head coach David Blatt to favor a bigger starting lineup for Game 2. Miller should still see some playing time though since teammate J.R. Smith is still suspended for Wednesday.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 2 days ago

Miller played 16 minutes as a starter for the Cavaliers in the Game 1 loss to Chicago on Monday. He had three points (1-2 FG, 1-2 3Pt) and five rebounds.

Miller started for Kevin Love (shoulder) with Tristan Thompson coming off the bench. He did not play in the series win over the Celtics, but should see more playing time in Game 2 while J.R. Smith (suspension) remains out.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 2 days ago

Miller is in the starting lineup for Monday's Game 1 against the Bulls, KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.

As expected, it will be Miller and Iman Shumpert entering the lineup in place of J.R. Smith (suspension) and Kevin Love (shoulder). Depending upon how Game 1 turns out, the pair will likely start Game 2, but Smith will be available to return for Game 3 as the series shifts to Chicago.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 2 days ago

Miller is expected to enter the starting lineup for Monday's Game 1 against the Bulls, Chris Haynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

We've seen conflicting reports as to which players will fill in for J.R. Smith (suspension) and Kevin Love (shoulder), but as of roughly an hour before game time it appears Iman Shumpert and Mike Miller are the top candidates. Coach David Blatt is yet to offer confirmation, but an update should come in the near future.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 1 week ago

Coach David Blatt indicated that Miller will see an increased role in Round 2, Dave McMenamin of ESPN reports.

Miller did not play a single minute in the first round against Boston, and he saw mostly garbage-time minutes in 52 regular season contests. However, with J.R. Smith sidelined for the first two games of the second round, Miller will be forced into action. He's not likely to see a significant minutes load, but the Cavs will look to Miller as a source of outside shooting to replace Smith.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 2 weeks ago

Miller has been left on the bench through the first three games of the playoffs.

The postseason rotation has tightened up for the Cavaliers and Miller's playing time has suffered as a result. In years past he played vital minutes for Miami during their numerous playoff efforts but it appears that won't be the case in Cleveland as he admires the postseason run from the bench.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 4 weeks ago

Miller scored 11 points (3-7 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT) with four rebounds and three assists in 23 minutes in the loss to Boston on Friday.

Miller played more than four minutes for the first time since Mar. 3. He had only hit one basket in March. Miller might see more playing time in the last few regular season games before hitting the bench for the playoffs.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 3 months ago

Miller did not take the court for the third straight game Wednesday in the win over the Heat.Miller started a game in early January, but has been playing sparingly ever since. He can still be effective from 3-point range despite hitting just 33.3 percent of his long range shots this season.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 4 months ago

Miller returned to the bench Tuesday and had only one rebound in eight minutes on the floor.

Miller got the start on Friday due to the Cavaliers' rash of injuries, but was relegated to the bench again against Phoenix. Now that Lebron James is healthy and J.R Smith is sticking in the starting lineup, Miller's already limited value will take a hit.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 4 months ago

Miller started Friday against the Warriors, but did not score (0-3 FG, 0-3 3Pt) in 20 minutes.

Miller has been starting with LeBron James (back/knee) out, but has not been producing fantasy relevant numbers. He can be a 3-point flyer on a game-to-game basis, but he is generally not worth owning in anything but the deepest of leagues.